System Specification for above Benchmarks

●︎ Processor: Intel Core i5 7200U

●︎ RAM: 8GB DDR4

●︎ Storage: 1TB HDD at 5400 RPM

●︎ Resolution: 1366×768 pixels

●︎ Graphics Settings: Lowest/Low

●︎ Opinion on the Basis of Benchmarks


In the above chart, you can see a long list of games I’ve tested with the Intel HD Graphics 620 on my laptop HP Pavilion AU111TX. The resolution in these games was 1366×768 and the graphics settings were either low or lowest. Most of the games I played with this GPU were not so high demanding games. To show you a list of games that can be played, I tested only those games of which I was certain that it will run at a playable frame rate. GTA V, CSGO, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim are playable and we have also discussed their gameplay in the next section.


Games like FIFA 17, Rocket League, SIMS 4, and League of Legends can reach an FPS close to 60. If you’re a big fan of any of these games, then it’s a good news for you. You can play Overwatch at 42 frames per second on average. Batman: Arkham City, World of Warcraft, and Tomb Raider (2013) can be played at 45 FPS. Note that you can also easily run the predecessors of any of the games I’ve mentioned in the above chart. Batman: Arkham Origins is also playable but I cannot say the same for Arkham Knight. Unfortunately, you will not be able to play games like Rise of the Tomb Raider, and The Witcher 3.


On Far Cry 3 and Fallout 4, the average FPS is 24 while it is 33 in the case of Crysis 3. On Fortnite: Battle Royale, you can expect around 30-40 frames per second on 720p. To find other budget cheap GPUs that can play Fortnite, check out: List of Budget GPUs for Playing Fortnite. You’ll have a hard time if you’ll try to play Far Cry Primal as it will not even touch playable FPS. But most of the older games launched before 2014 or 2013 should run fine without any issues.